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Porno Flick Deal Could Be the $1 Million OctoMom Needs

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She wants fame through the camera lens, so maybe this deal is more to her liking than a non-profit's offer of free round-the-clock childcare: Local adult industry company Vivid Entertainment has offered OctoMom Nadya Suleman up to $1 million to star in a film for their Vivid-Celeb imprint line, according to TMZ.

The gossip site has an image of the letter sent to the single mother of 14. Were she to accept, she would join the ranks of other such "crossover" stars as Pam Anderson, Kim Kardashian, and Miss USA Kelli McCarty. $1 million is half of what Suleman was hoping for, and would surely buy a lot of diapers for the grad student on disability who might lose her home. Vivid's co-chairman Steve Hirsch explains the upside to the deal: "We've had many single mothers work with us over the years and their income from Vivid has been very helpful to them. We would schedule production so that the movie could be shot in less than a week," explains NBC Los Angeles.

Suleman is enjoying a curious celebrity status; since the January 26th birth of her octuplets her story has been covered not only by news media outlets, but on entertainment shows like ET, The Insider, and TMZ, proving that it's possible to look for fame and find infamy instead. It seems unlikely she will take Vivid up, but let's face it--the idea has been tossed around in comments sections on sites reporting on the saga, and there's an entire Facebook "charity" devoted to the cause.

So...would you want to see OctoMom's Octo Porn?